Tinted Mineral SPF 35

 

Retail in 1.7 oz.

 

Moisturize, color and protect in one quick step! This award-winning product provides a sheer coverage to maintain your skin’s youth and beauty. It includes titanium dioxide and zinc oxide for excellent physical protection against UVA and UVB rays. It also provides antioxidants and can be used as a daily moisturizer by all skin types, including acneic skin and sensitive skin. Tinted Mineral SPF 35 is excellent for the finishing touch at the end of a facial. The minerals used for coloring contain additional titanium dioxide with a blend of 4 FDA approved mineral pigments to provide superior purity of color and saturation. The creamy consistency goes on smoothly and is non-irritating to the eyes.  Available in 3 shades: Light, Medium and Dark.  pH 3.9 

 

  • SPF 35 with broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection
  • A physical sun protection with maximum antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic benefits
  • Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are highly micronized to cover evenly
  • Four FDA approved mineral pigments 

    How to Use:

    Apply liberally each AM after cleansing and other skin care products. May be used alone or under additional makeup. Reapply frequently when sun exposure is more intense or after swimming. 

    Key Ingredients

    Titanium Dioxide – micronized, Zinc Oxide – micronized, Shea Butter, Aloe Vera Extract, Vitamin E, Iron Oxides

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